Designers can protect IoT systems from tampering in many ways including design techniques and implementing physically unclonable functions (PUF).
Demand is growing for off-the-shelf Wi-Fi modules and components from suppliers like Murata, TI, and Microchip for prototyping of wearable medical devices.
A look at integrating Bluetooth 4.0 Smart protocol modules into wearable systems to simplify connectivity and processing in these devices.
This article looks at how the Bluetooth 4.0 and 4.1 specifications boost power efficiency, ease the use of direct links, and add more networking capabilities.
This article looks at the current limitations of in-flight Wi-Fi on commercial airliners and several options for future improvement of this capability.
A look at the newest and most comprehensive solutions for Bluetooth 4.0 making it easier and faster to get to market.